battery care

  1. How are Power Sports Batteries Made?

    How are Power Sports Batteries Made?

    How are Batteries Made? What Makes a ‘Good’ Battery?   We all use batteries. So much so, that we rarely consider what a battery is, or how it is made. What is a power sports battery? How is a power sports battery made? What makes a power sports battery safe? What is the best type

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  2. Battery Expert Maintenance Tips

    Battery Expert Maintenance Tips

    Maintenance Tips from Chrome Battery CEO- Dale Petruzzi   Get to know Chrome Battery’s CEO, and battery connoisseur, Dale Petruzzi! As we all know, the colder it gets the harder it is to keep a battery going. Dale took some time to outline a couple simple battery maintenance tips to help you get the most

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  3. Get the Most out of Your Battery

    Get the Most out of Your Battery

    Preventive Care to Extend the Life of your Battery   There is no denying that the winter time can be extremely rough on your batteries. When it comes to prolonging a battery’s life throughout the winter, preventive care is very important. Here at Chrome Battery, we get a lot of questions about how to maintain

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  4. Overcharging Batteries - Scooter Batteries

    Overcharging Batteries - Scooter Batteries

    When performed correctly (and as soon as possible after using the scooter), charging a set of scooter batteries is about as complicated as plugging in the right amperage trickle charger with automatic cut-off and disconnecting it at the end of its proper recharge cycle. However it may be nearly impossible to fully charge an old

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  5. How to Safely Handle Battery Acid

    How to Safely Handle Battery Acid

    Battery Acid.  Electrolyte. They both mean the same thing.  They are the mixture of water and sulfuric acid inside the battery you can hear sloshing around that can ruin anything your wearing, and burn your eyes and skin. That said, Chrome Battery wants you to practice the number one rule when handling battery acid, or

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  6. Charging Lead Acid Batteries with Care

    Charging Lead Acid Batteries with Care

    Lead acid battery charging uses a voltage-based algorithm that is somewhat similar to lithium-ion. The typical charge time of a sealed lead acid battery is 12–16 hours, up to 36–48 hours for large stationary batteries.

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  7. Battery Care: 10 Things You Can Do To Make Any Battery Last Longer

    Battery Care: 10 Things You Can Do To Make Any Battery Last Longer

    As far as battery maintenance goes, we can’t even begin to count the number of times we’ve needed to jump on our lap-tops, use our cell phones or any other portable electronic device, only to find ourselves in the unenviable position of having no juice left on the battery.

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